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Re: mpeg encoder patents, Was: Bug#501190: ITP: moonlight

Michael Banck dijo [Tue, Oct 07, 2008 at 06:14:23PM +0200]:
> > Also, something must patented in which / how many of the 160 juristrictions on 
> > this planet (to apply for this category)? 
> "How do you tell if a piece of software violates a patent? Run wc -l on
> the source; if the number is greater than 1000, it probably does."
>                 -- Nat Friedman

For positive proof, I'd buy it - but we must remember logical
fallacies can be derived from there. If wc > 1000, it surely violates
a patent. If wc <= 1000, it might violate a patent anyway.

# 472-byte qrpff, Keith Winstein and Marc Horowitz
# MPEG 2 PS VOB file -> descrambled output on stdout.
# usage: perl -I <k1>:<k2>:<k3>:<k4>:<k5> qrpff
# where k1..k5 are the title key bytes in least to most-significant


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